Harris, M.Div. '11, writes in Faith & Leadership about how the South Sudanese culture of storytelling taught him how to use Bible stories to teach and to delight.
"Everything we do everyday is in fact sacred," says Jeanette Stokes, D '77, founder of the Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South, on WUNC's The State of Things.
At Clemson UMC, a Duke Divinity School M.A.C.P. student has helped change its approach to youth ministry, adopting a richer, deeper model aimed at forming young people into devoted disciples.
Dean Richard Hays, Ellen Davis, and Stanley Hauerwas discuss the formation of scriptural imagination and its importance in the renewal of the church.
Many of the nation’s veterans are in desperate need of community, and the church should welcome them, writes Ferguson, M.Div. '10, a Navy chaplain.
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